Can someone help explain Pepperdine's Supplement Essay to me...I'm struggling kind of...this is the topic:
On the due date of my final project for the eighth grade, I stood before my class with a poster carved in dark red and black oil paints that read, "I will not be stopped!" The phrase on the poster was my personal mantra. I found that the quote fit me personally, and was a small peak into the determination that lived inside me and drove me to be the person I am today. The colors were significant because they showed the struggle and endurance required to succeed in life. My mantra would be completely useless if I didn't serve a God that has a Birdseye view on the entire world. As long as continue to acknowledge God's hand in my life, I won't be stopped. Even to this day I feel motivated by my mantra because I know that no matter what the situation is, God will make a way out of no way. Based on that, I cannot be stopped.
Attending Pepperdine University would allow me to share my mantra and strong faith in God with diverse students. I'm prepared to encourage them to never stop pursuing their dreams and that God is the source of everything you could ever hope for. My mantra I've learned can fit into any aspects of one's life. Even while I'm at work tutoring middle school students, I'm constantly joking with them saying, "Don't let this one math problem keep you becoming that lawyer or doctor you want to become." The joke is definitely a hyperbole, but it's exactly what they need to remember in order to motivate them to succeed.
The phrase on the poster was my personal mantra. I found that the quote fit me personally- repetitive if it is your personal mantra we can assume that it fits you
As long as I continue to
Even to this day I feel motivated by my mantra, because
Based on that, I cannot be stopped. - cut this sentence you already said the same thing two sentences before this.
Attending Pepperdine University would allow me to share my mantra and my strong faith in God with a[/b] diverse [b]group of students.
"Don't let this one math problem keep you from becoming that
but it's exactly what they need to remember that they cannot be stopped and that they will
in order to motivate them to succeed.
You might want to choose another word besides mantra.
Can you please read my Wellesley essay?